Now is the time to go to Tyson.” But it was too late.Ciera flipped and obviously from then on, we were always one step behind him, but we all knew, “Hey, if we don’t get rid of him, he’s gonna win.” We all knew, except for Gervase and Monica of course. Hit Fix: Now Hayden, it was a lot of fun watching you in those last couple Tribal Councils just moving around like crazy and trying to make ANYTHING happen. When you’re in the middle of it, are you having fun at all, or is it just crazy stressful? Then he sent me home and then he sent me home again. I’m coming back into the game and let’s duel again.” And then he did it again.I knew I was going home and I knew I was gonna fight to stay and I wasn’t gonna just lay down and die. I’ve been on the show before with the Final 3 and it was really hard to decide, “Great. ” This one, it was really nice to say, “You know what, Tyson? Hit Fix: Is that the sort of thing where whatever hard feelings there were faded away in the three months since you voted or were there no hard feelings even as you were writing down the names and all done! If I end up losing anything, I’m not happy about it, so I was, of course, a little not “bitter,” but just disappointed, more or less. So the fact that Tyson won, clearly he deserved to win. I guess as soon as I got voted out, I was bitter and I was pissed and then maybe on my journey to Redemption I was pissed and I was like, “Gosh, that friggin’ longhaired…So going into Tribal, I said, “Hey, let’s let it all hang out. And maybe it won’t.”Laura: Again and again we would lay there — Tina and I, because we were there most of the time together — saying, “They’ve gotta get Tyson out.” And every night we would lay there and when it wasn’t Tyson, it was like, “Oh no! ” And it was very frustrating, because when people would come in, they would say, “Oh, we should have gotten rid of Tyson! ” It’s almost like being in this soundproof box and you’re trying to yell to people, “Get Tyson! scumbag” kinda feelings, but then as soon as you look back, you take a backseat and start to look at it and think, “Man, you know what?Hope you’re not mad.” I was so proud of her, not mad for a second.Hayden: OK, so I think that the relationships that had the advantage were the married couples, the reason being that they share a bank account.We’re still watching to see how his shot at the million dollar prize goes.
So there’s a different dynamic with all of the relationships. They’re both great shows, fun and amazing and I’d love to do both of them again.
The Week of “Survivor” Exit Interviews begins with Laura Morett and Hayden Moss, who finished sixth and seventh for the season and were eliminated after a Redemption Island Duel in which Tina Wesson outlasted them balancing a vase on a teeter-totter.
Hayden, a former “Big Brother” champion and boyfriend to returning Kat, may not have been successful, but he definitely stirred up some passions at his last few Tribal Councils, working with Ciera and trying to break Monica away from her alliance with Gervase & Tyson.
Big Brother winner Hayden Moss made his return to television for Survivor 2013 this season as a castaway on “Survivor: Blood Vs Water.” The BB12 winner arrived in the jungle with returning Survivor castaway Kat Edorsson but quickly found out he’d be playing against her instead of by her side as part of the season’s many twists.
Hayden has made a decent showing so far this season though it’s hard to praise him too much with two consecutive losses for his newbie tribe, Tadhana, including one that came down to his role as the last leg of the challenge.